Victor P. Corona

Victor P. Corona, PhD, is a sociologist at Claremont Graduate University and the author of Night Class: A Downtown Memoir (Soft Skull Press, 2017).


CONTRIBUTOR ARTICLES

Hell Is Other Teenagers

Victor P. Corona reviews Abdi Nazemian’s “Like a Love Story,” a queer YA love triangle set in the AIDS-stricken Reagan era....


Love and Loss in the Sierra Maestra: On Tony Perrottet’s “¡Cuba Libre!”
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